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March 2014

Sports Econ 101 March 1, 2014 guest Steve Baker, sports agent, discussing some of his creative deals. We also talked about Jim Harbaugh and whether he would remain with the 49ers. Also discussed was Ralph KIner, and how he was more interested in helping his team by taking less, five baseball managers who were hired who have "no managerial experience", the cost of the Sochi Olympics and whether or not it was worth it, and 4 players banned from Iranian women's national team for failing gender tests.











Sports Econ 101 March 8, 2014 guest Jon Miller, Sports Broadcaster, discussing some really interesting and funny stories!





 
Sports Econ 101 March 15, 2014 guest Vida Blue, sharing some of his fun stories!






 
Sports Econ 101 March 22, 2014. We discussed whether Michael Vick's NFL career is over, Mark Cuban's idea for teams attempting to gain an advantage for the following year's picks, Phil Jackson's new $12M deal, Why SMU is not in the NCAA tournament, Red Sox using prospects to filed a team during spring training, Peyton Manning coming back for the 2014 season, Lance Armstrong giving back bonuses?, and ref's giving preferential treatment to certain basketball coaches





Sports Econ 101 March 29, 2014 guest Al Attles, discussing how basketball has changed over the years. We talked about how Warren Buffet's $1B gamble is safe and how schools lose lots of money by making it the "Big Dance" NCAA tournament. we also touched on Aroldis Chapman's injury.